Atlantic City Kiwanis Club Honors Volunteers with Community Key Awards
ATLANTIC CITY — On Thursday, May 10, the Kiwanis Club of Atlantic City honored Gary Hill of the Metropolitan Business and Citizens Association, Catherine Quinlan of TD Bank, and Tim Glenn of Glenn Insurance with Alan Angelo Community Key Awards at Harrah’s Resort.
Angelo is the late, longtime member and Past Governor of the New Jersey District of Kiwanis. The award named in his honor recognizes local men and women who have made a difference in the Atlantic City region through volunteerism.
“Gary, Catherine and Tim have devoted countless hours of hard work and dedication to achieving excellence in community service,” says Shannon Murphy, president of the Kiwanis Club of Atlantic City’s Foundation Board and chairperson of the Key Awards project. “We are inspired by men and women with a passion to improve their communities and we are proud to recognize their efforts with these awards.”
Hill is the founder and past chairman of the MBCA Scholarship Foundation, as well as co-founder of the Schultz-Hill Foundation. He is active in numerous charitable events and fundraisers, including serving on the Board of Directors for Bacharach Institute Foundation, AtlantiCare Foundation, New Jersey Shore Arts Foundation, Atlantic City Day Nursery, Jewish Family Services, Columbus Day Committee, Ensign John R. Elliot Foundation, Caring Inc., Advisory Board of the Main Street, the Lloyd D. Levenson Institute of Gaming, Hospitality and Tourism and is Commissioner and Vice Chairman/Secretary of the Atlantic City Municipal Authorities.
Quinlan has been active in the Girl Scouts, serving as a leader for 18 years. She has been an active member of the Brigantine Chamber of Commerce for 30 years, serving as both Secretary and the current Treasurer. She coordinates the Brigantine Telephone Directory and has helped organize Santa’s arrival in Brigantine for 20 years. She is also a member of the Sons of Italy, the Brigantine Lions Club, the Republican Club, the Brigantine PTA, the Brigantine Events Committee, and a charter member of the True Spirit Coalition.
Glenn is an active volunteer in Linwood, supporting the local sports activities with both his time and financial support. He has served on the Superintendent’s Advisory Board for the Linwood School District. Aside from these accomplishments, Glenn is also a member of the Board of Directors of the AtlantiCare Foundation, the Greater Atlantic City Chamber of Commerce, the first Tee of Greater Atlantic City and a member of the Executive Committee of the Southern New Jersey Spring Heart Walk of the American Heart Association.
The Kiwanis Club of Atlantic City was established on November 20, 1920, and was the region’s first Kiwanis chapter. The Atlantic City chapter currently has nearly 40 members and is active in numerous community and educational programs.
To fulfill its mission of serving children in our community, the club provides annual scholarships and awards for graduating high school seniors, sends needy children to summer camp, and sponsors the annual College Fair at Atlantic/Cape Community College and more. For more information on joining the Kiwanis Club of Atlantic City, contact Shannon Murphy at 732-881-0580.
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